Students explore the creation of art, its interconnections with other disciplines and its role in society.
Why study art at Roanoke College?
Integrate / The creation and study of art encourages students to use all their capabilities-intellectual, emotional and physical.
Focus / Art majors can focus on any of a range of core areas during their course of study: ceramics, drawing, graphic design, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture.
Share / Studio art majors are invited to exhibit their work in a featured annual show, giving students the chance to share their creations with the Roanoke College community and friends.
Studio classroom / The major encourages artistic participation in its most experiential form-through creation.
Internships / Art students have recently interned with art galleries, interior design firms, print and web publications, television stations, art museums, marketing firms, and public relations offices. Learn more.
Independent studies / Both research- and creative-based independent studies allow students to pursue individual interests as they work toward a major project. Recent topics include advertising and web design, botanical etching and relief, children's book illustration, commercial photography portraiture, computer applications in silkscreening, majolica pottery technique and special studies in great works. Learn more.
International travel / Art students have recently studied in France, Greece, Japan, Italy and England. Learn more.
Gallery / Majors are invited to exhibit their own work, as well as experience the work of world-class artists in gallery exhibitions. Learn more.
Graduate studies / Recent graduate school acceptances include Arizona State University Tempe, Parsons The New School for Design, University of California Los Angeles and University of Maryland. Learn more.
Career / Art alumni have gone on to pursue careers in art education, public art, graphic design, advertising sales, Americorps, youth ministry and art galleries. Learn more.
You might also like
New York City Jiujitsu Judo Classes
Aikido Marital art classes-Aikido Jiyu waza-Sarah D-Tri ...
There are so many resources for seniors!
It's a town with a very large senior population and a lot is available for us. Someone told me the price of real estate is going up 43% a year so many people are moving up there from here!
I enjoy city life a lot but am drawn more to quiet and ease of getting around. I can't wait to get up there and find out all about the area. When I was there I went to the Rogue Creamery in Central Point, a very well known artisan cheese producer. Last time I found the Ashland farmer's market. There are plenty of art galleries and theaters. I can take classes at Southern Oregon University for free.
Event to highlight fashion designers — Bellevue Reporter
Seneca & Spruce will showcase emerging fashion designers from the Pacific Northwest as part of the official launch party Aug. 15. The company, founded in 2013, is a online magazine and retailer based in Seattle.
House's history dug up — The Columbian
She is a graduate of Vancouver School of Arts and Academics, where her focus was literary arts. And she sees something of that in archaeology. "It's discovering ..
Experiential considerations in the design of the built-environment: Class notes, Arch 451G, Fall term, 1976
Book (School of Architecture and Allied Arts, University of Oregon)
Ugandans may be quiet, but they are not dumb — The Observer
We talk of hundreds killed during the Amin error and thousands in the Luweero triangle war, and millions in the war in the north with no deep feelings. We seem not to take hard lessons and ensure it never happens again. Instead some ..
Classroom Instruction That Works with English Language Learners
Book (Association for Supervision & Curriculum Deve)
- Used Book in Good Condition
One Fifth Avenue
Freak The Mighty
Book (Scholastic Paperbacks)
Boston-area to do list — Boston Globe
Native to the Northwest Coast.
Where can i find a firearms class in roanoke, virginia?
apply at the nearest police station, you will have to be screened i am sure